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Friday, June 29

Tool at the Chevy Centre

Friday, June 29, 2007

$41 general admission tickets have just been released, before added fees. Read story.

Small ships revue means summer has started

Friday, June 29, 2007

Small Ships Revue participants ask, 'Will it float?' Read story.

Wednesday, June 27

For these two guys, life is a dream come true

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

It isn’t often that childhood fantasies come to fruition. When we
dream about what we want to be when we grow up, many times that idea
changes over and over as we, well... grow up. Read story.

A haven of nostalgia and Pabst

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Walk through the door of The Royal Oaks Bar and Grille, and you walk back to the days of Youngstown in its prime. Read story.

Stuck in Ohio...and loving it!

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

What started as two Vienna brothers filming each other's extreme sports stunts and tricks, has blossomed into a small-time video production company that focuses on showcasing local extreme sports talent.
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Uniting the Rust Belt one shirt at a time

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

“We're just trying to create something where we could support and champion the cultural strengths of Rust Belt cities — mainly Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Youngstown,” - Dominic Gatti. Read story.

Kick back, relax, sip some wine with ‘Merlin’

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

AMP 

The Valley offers an assortment of venues with varying types of entertainment and beverages. But if you’re looking to escape the noisy crowded bar scene for an evening, you don't have to go far to find a different atmosphere to enjoy a good drink.
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This is church — Metro style. Rock on!

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

If you’ve rocked it hard core in a church setting with about 90 of your closest friends, then you’ve heard of the Youngstown Metro Church. Read story.

A Mighty Heart

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

More than five years have passed since the abduction and murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl in Pakistan. But the circumstances surrounding his death—including extremist Islamics’ hatred of all Western civilization—are still relevant today. “A Mighty Heart” is a film that tries to bring some of the issues surrounding Pearl's death back to the forefront of people's consciousness, by showing the web of events tied to the search for him, with Pearl's journalist wife, Mariane, at the center. Read story.

This homegrown gal is country sass 'n style

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Singer/songwriter Sara Michelle celebrated her 20th birthday June 16 and has already accomplished more in less than a quarter of a century than most people twice her age. Read story.

Pavlik & Smaltz: Friends rise together

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Smaltz is the lead singer of local band Tilt 360. Pavlik is the top-ranked world middleweight contender.

Recently their friendship was illustrated when Smaltz and Tilt 360 wrote a boxing-themed song for Pavlik. “Point Blank” has been played at venues Pavlik fought at, used in Pavlik's highlight reels and appears on Web sites devoted to him.
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Friday, June 22

Hostel: Part II

Friday, June 22, 2007

Two years ago audiences across America gagged their way through “Hostel.” This summer, writer/director Eli Roth brings us a follow up to his original gore-fest with Hostel: Part II, a less gory feminist version of part I. Read story.

Thursday, June 21

'”Waitress” serves up bittersweet entertainment

Thursday, June 21, 2007

Making a pie — and eating one — is one of life's simple delights from the flaky buttery crust to a delicious and gooey filling. Fill a pie crust with some sweet fruits, add a dash of laughter and mix in some crappy relationships and you've got 'Waitress', the 3rd feature film from the late writer/director/actress Adrienne Shelly. Read story.

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